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Burrinja Gallery

Burrinja Gallery
An inspiring collection of Indigenous art equal to any in Australia, exhibited in one of the most beautiful galleries in Melbourne.

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A vibrant exhibition program in a high profile space where local artists exhibit contemporary works in many mediums

Upwey

Australia
Address:
Burrinja Gallery 351 Glenfern Road
3158
Phone: 03 9754 8723
Fax: 03 9754 8523
Website: www.burrinja.org.au




Artists Represented

Artists of international significance represented include: Rover Thomas, Lin Onus, Emily Kame Knagwarreye, Alex & Eva Nganjmirra.

The Neil Mcleod - Burrinja Collection includes rare artifacts from New Ireland, New Britain & PNG.


Sample Art Work (1)

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Forthcoming Exhibitions

CHEN YONGQIANG - MASTER ARTIST
October 7 to December 23, 2006

Chen Yongqiang is one of the most outstanding, influential and representative flower and bird painters in China.

Chen Yongqiang’s works mainly focus on features and landscapes of nature and as a celebration of life.

His style may be expressed often in the form of flower and bird paintings but it is based in his own personal experiences of a warm country life in Guangdong province of China.

Since 1973 every national exhibition of paintings in China has included works by Chen Yongqiang. This master artist has held more than 50 solo exhibitions throughout China and internationally, including the China Art Museum in Beijing and Guangzhou Art Museum. In 2005 he was awarded the title “Outstanding People’s Artist”.

His works are collected by major museums including Guangdong Art Museum, Guangzhou Art Museum, Shanghai Art Museum, China Art Museum and many institutions in China. He is currently the Honoured President of Guangzhou Institute of Fine Arts, Honoured President of Guangzhou Academy of Calligraphy and Art, Director of the Museum of Lingnan Art Sc... [ Read all ]


Previous Exhibitions

GILI BIGI, featuring works by Lin Onus. Including the never before shown Jandamarra series

Lin Onus
1948 - 1996
A chance discovery in 1974 of an old set of student's oil paints started the career of one of Australia's most respected and revered urban artists - Lin Onus.

Born William McLintock Onus, 'Lin' was a derivative of McLintock, as his father was also named William. The last of those with the name McLintock - from Lin's Scottish mother's family - had died in a shipwreck and so giving children the middle name McLintock was a way of keeping the family name going. Lin took pride in his Scottish ancestry as well as his Aboriginal side, which is reflected in the hybrid western and indigenous nature of his works.

As the son of one of the first successful Aboriginal businessman, Bill Onus, Lin was instilled from a very early age with a strong social conscience and desire to fight for the underdog. At his father's shop, Lin was constantly surrounded by creative and inventive people including, Ronald Bull, William Ricketts, Guy Boyd, "Uncle" Doug Nicholls and Lin`s cousin Bruce McGuinness. He also frequently visited with his... [ Read all ]


Opening Times

Tuesday - Sunday
10.30am - 5.00pm